# Cantilever beam with uniform load

A cantilever beam is a beam supported on one end and holding a load on the other end. A uniform load is a load that is evenly distributed along the length of the beam. This calculator can be used to calculate the maximum deflection and the maximum stress of a cantilever beam with a uniform load.

**Cantilever beam with uniform load calculator**

Cantilever beam with uniform load calculator is used to calculate the reactions at the supports of a beam subjected to a uniform load. The calculator is also able to calculate the maximum deflection and slope of the beam.

**How to use the cantilever beam with uniform load calculator**

This calculator can be used to calculate the deflection, slope, shear, and moment at any point along a cantilever beam with a uniform load. To use the calculator, simply enter the values for the beam’s span, uniform load, and Young’s modulus. The calculator will then output the deflection, slope, shear, and moment at the specified point along the beam.

**Benefits of using the cantilever beam with uniform load calculator**

A cantilever beam is a beam that is supported at one end and has a load applied to the other end. Cantilever beams are used in a variety of applications, including in bridges, cranes, and other structures. The cantilever beam with uniform load calculator can be used to determine the force, moment, and shear at any point along the beam. The calculator can also be used to determine the deflection of the beam at any point.

**How the cantilever beam with uniform load calculator works**

A cantilever beam with uniform load is a type of beam that is supported on only one end and has a uniform load applied to it. The uniform load can be either a point load or a distributed load. The cantilever beam with uniform load calculator can be used to calculate the deflection, moment, shear force, and bending stress of the beam. To use the calculator, you will need to know the Young’s modulus of the beam material, the cross-sectional area of the beam, the length of the beam, and the applied load. The calculator will then use these values to calculate the deflection, moment, shear force, and bending stress of the beam.